The oldies but goodies, here in the interest of speedier loading of the main page.
"The D Rex is out on the prowl at the Chicago St. Patricks Day Parade.
Here are some interesting shots of the beast in front of my DeLorean before the
parade. These shots give you a real sense of how big this DeLorean is.
For more images and video of the D Rex at the parade, visit my site http://www.entermyworld.com
and Rich's site http://www.entermyworld.com/rich."
I just wanted to send over a pictures of the DeLorean for this time of year.
Not often that you see a 110 pound pumpkin, let alone in a DeLorean.
Bryan Pearce http://www.pearce-design.com/
Dang!! Here's what happens when you do a body lift-off using an in-ground 2-post lift. We noticed the problem at about this point in the project. Oops (and some stronger words!)
Next time, we use a twin-post outrigger lift. (Yes - the guys were able to drag the chassis out from under the lift).
DMC Midwest Tech session, September 2001 - Dave Swingle (Photo by Bryan Pearce)
Kevin Abato writes:
---1983 Delorean: $14,000
---Sony Digital Camera: $495
---Tripod from Walmart: $24.95
Having all three of the above when you accidentally bump into John Delorean: PRICELESS!
Hi, thought you might like this black and white shot of a Delorean belonging
to my friend Rusk. He enjoyed it and now has it as his desk top background.
Alan Rowe. Isle of Wight, UK
Thanks! This car is for sale!
I've been a member of the DML since May of 1998. Last night, I finally got myself a DeLorean. WHEEEEE!
Wow, is it ever fun. Anyway, I took a bunch of pictures to show off to
my friends, and these two I think would make fine additions to your site, and
specifically for the picture of the month some time. Ok, so it fuels to "Back to the Future" fires a little, but hey, it's good for a laugh. Please let me
know if you enjoy them. Thanks...and thanks for the DML.
-- Marty (Not McFly) email@example.com Vin #um, I gotta go look it up but I have one.
I'm a DeLorean fan, and was driving (in my leased car) here in Holland when I saw these two DeLoreans standing in a garage! The next day I took my
camera with me and took some pictures of my dream car! The garage owner told me that he was a DeLorean dealer and used to own 4 DeLoreans, I told the whole story to the Dutch DeLorean club (www.delorean.nl) and they told me there never was a DeLorean dealer in Holland! The D in the back has an single turbo setup.
Greetings, Tiemen Harte
This picture is of my 1982 DeLorean VIN11596 at the 43rd Annual Toppers Car Club show, in Fargo, ND. The ex-governor, Governor Schaefer of
North Dakota attended the show and i asked him if he would like to sit in my DeLorean - so here you have it, last year's governor, his wife Nancy, and my DeLorean!
1982 DeLorean DMC-12 VIN#11596
Fargo, ND 58102
Here's 3 photos of the first Delorean in Costa Rica.One is at a local car show I went to the next day. The rest are at the docks in Limon, where I got it off the boat. Notice the Georgia License plate that I am putting on the car. I bought it off a guy on the street for $20, no kidding. Sure beats waiting in line at the DMV!
For the DMC buffs, it is an '81, black int., 5-speed, 3K miles, brand new crate motor with "super-engine" mods, and total rebuild/restoration from DMC Houston.
Brilliant Screen Entertainment
One foggy night it appeared in our drive way.
Jim and Cindy Sawyer vin 4149"ELMO" mrvideosawyer(AT)netscape.net
Russell Hughes - It's a pic of my D enjoying a beautiful Isle of Wight sunset
last summer. I do spoil it.
ps - great site!
One of the three Gold DMCs. You saw this car if you were in Cleveland in 2000.
1983 24 Karat Gold-plated DeLorean with 636 orginal miles. DeLorean has an
automatic transmission VIN# 20105. The vehicile is in immaculate condition.
There has never been upgrades or anything done to it. The vehicle is housed in
There were only 3 24 gold-plated DL's made in the world and this is the last one. The vehicle has never been licensed. The entire body, less bumpers, has been gold plated. It sports a saddle and brown interior. When this vehicle was reskinned, it was given the LAST I.D. numbers.
Spring Break 2001 in Daytona. Greetings! Thought I'd send a few pictures of my car for the picture of the month/subscriber rides. The car is an 83 #16072, I just recently started restoring it, so pardon those seats (yuck) and other imperfections. These pictures are from Spring Break 01 in Daytona Beach
Jay's new best friends:
and lucky Jay:
Here's a picture (made out of 3 separate ones) of 19 DeLoreans of the 24 that
attended the DeLorean Club Netherlands Fall-drive 2000.
The picture was taken at "Huis de Voorst", and there were cars from The Netherlands, Belguim and Germany.
You can find the DeLorean Club Netherlands on <http://www.delorean.nl>
Jan van de Wouw
March 2001 (sorry I'm late)
Happy St. Patricks Day! Submitted by Scott Mueller
Another one from Rich. Winter in Illinois
January 2001 submitted by Rich Wessensel
These photos are about 10 years old. The photos were taken at a used car lot near O'Hare Airport in 1990. We'd love to know if anyone knows the whereabouts of this car. If you know anything about it please write to webmaster(AT)dmcnews.com
December 2000a submitted by Eric Geerdink
"Back to the Future meets The Graduate"
Below is a Oct build 1981 Delorean, vin 4512. Along side of it is a rare 1967 Alfa Romeo Duetto featured in The Graduate staring Dustin Hoffman.
December 2000b submitted by Kevin Rawlings
Rendered in MS Paint
November 2000 submitted by Scott Mueller
Down here in LA (Lower Alabama) the vehicles that we have to
compete with during rush hour is just a bit different than what you deal with in
the big cities.
October 2000 Submitted by Rich Weissensel
Not really sure WHATs going on here - is Rich creating DeLorean-Henge in his back yard? You'll notice that these are not whole, but what's left after you hit something with the front of your DeLorean. Here's what he has to say:
Attached are photos of 3 Delorean fiberglass subframes in transport. Please consider one or more for an upcoming Photo of the Month. It's not often you see multiple Delorean subframes in transit. I picked these up from out back of an old Delorean dealership. They were slated to be taken to the 'crusher' by the end of the month. I picked them up on Oct. 18th, 2000 and they are now in storage. Some or all of them will be used in my upcoming special projects.
September 2000a Submitted by Mike
This picture is available commercially. See www.deloreancarshow.com for details on how to buy.
September 2000b Submitted by Josh Haldeman
Kathryn DeLorean, daughter of John DeLorean and Christina FerrareDeLorean posing in my DeLorean automobile at the 2000 Cleveland Show. I asked her if she wanted to try driving it but she said she was too scared she would hit something. I told her that there would be no greater souvenir than a dent caused by JZD's daughter, but she still declined. I hope that she got a chance to drive someone's car because Ken said she had never driven one before the show. What a travesty!
August 2000a Submitted by
Not sure if these count as unique but I used to work on the Universal backlot in L.A and got the one of our cars together. The one of the BTTF car on a hauler was at Jay Ohrbergs Star Cars in Sun Valley. Jay built several replicas for Universal and I stopped by one day to see his warehouse full of wierd cars (The Pink Panther car, Red Baron car, etc...)
Hope you like them
August 2000b Submitted by Barry
Here is a copy of my Delorean (Vin 10100) as a screen saver. We added the graphics to make it a bit more interesting.
July 2000a Submitted by
This photo is John Delorean autographing the dash of #002981, which won First Place (20 to 30K miles), during the Cleveland DeLorean Auto Show. The owner, Scott Mueller is observing. Many thanks to Bruce Battles for documenting this event.
After the St. Louis 1999 Delorean Convention we took a wrong turn off the
highway and ended up here. I think it makes a great picture.
This is a picture of my first Delorean that I purchased in 1985, which
just happened to be right around the time that the first Back to the
Future movie came out. The picture was taken by my brother Rob in
the fall of 1985 in Palos Hills, IL. (notice the toboggan slides in
the background) I sold that 'D' shortly afterward, due to full
coverage insurance problems with a loan out on a 'limited production car',
etc. Since my insurance company re-classified the Delorean as a
collectable in 1990, I've had no insurance problems and purchased VIN
03552 in July 1990 in mint condition from a collector. Since I've gotten
the urge recently to actually 'drive' a Delorean more often then shows, parades
and special occasions, I purchased a project Delorean VIN 06683 in March 2000,
to be fixed up for 'frequent driver' if not a 'daily driver' in the near
future. I'm still looking for my 1985 paperwork for the VIN of my first
VIN 03552 (10 years)
VIN 06683 (5 weeks)
February 2nd half 2000 Submitted by Rey:
I really liked these wheels. Here's Rey's comment: The picture ... was taken during "HOT IMPORT NIGHTS CAR SHOW" held in Del Mar California which I was a participant...
February 2000 Submitted by Robert Kerman:
This was taken at last fall's DOA convention in St Louis. You can see how nice the weather was.
January 2000 Submitted by Bruce Benson:
This photo appeared in the Feb. 1984 issue of the defunct 'SPORTS CAR
GRAPHIC" magazine. I don't know if copyrights go away when a magazine dies
or if there are time limits on them, if not we hope nobody complains.
December 1999 A nice shot of Mike's DLORIANN. Here's the story:
It was taken at Jones Beach NY at sun set. BTW my wife Lori Ann always wanted a vanity plate with her name on it and I always wanted a Delorean so we compromised (who do you think got the better of that deal?).
November 1999 - Can this be for real? You Decide. The IN2TIME Delorean
Tow Truck. Additional pictures available at IN2TIME.com
Photo used by permission of the owner - Gary Hull of the Pacific Northwest DeLorean Club. The PNDC.org site also has pictures of the one-and-only DeLorean trailer.
October 1999 Photo-art submitted by Steve
Symons of West Australia.
September 1999 - Another concept car - this one by Donald Kazmark.
August 1999 - A concept car - by Josh Haldeman.
July 1999 - Just a nice photo - by Tim Hansen.
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